Stochastic layering effect on the upward migration of anthropogenic CO2 sequestered in saline aquifers.

Andrea Comerlati, Alberto Bellin, Massimiliano Ferronato, Giuseppe Gambolati, Mario Putti, Pietro Teatini & Andrea Comerlati
A widespread concern among the scientific community is the increase of the greenhouse gas emissions, especially CO2, which may yield an increase of earth's temperature. To reduce the CO2 released in the atmosphere an option which is attracting a growing attention is its sequestration in deep geologic formations. Deep saline aquifers may offer a great potential for the storage of large volumes of carbon dioxide. However, because of the relatively small practical experience with CO2...
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